Were you busy this week? Here’s a tech news recap of articles you may have missed for the week of 5/16/2016!
Another big week for security news. Hackers are trying to sell information for more than 117 million accounts from the 2012 LinkedIn attack. A Ukrainian hacker was busted after making $30 million stealing press releases. The email addresses and private messages of more than 470,000 members of a hacking website have been leaked online following a huge data breach, TeslaCrypt victims can now decrypt their files for free, and the newly observed "Furtim" malware includes checks for 400 security products. In other non-security related news, VMware announced on Wednesday that it will no longer be supporting the vSphere C# client in the next major version of vSphere. A survey by Microsoft and 451 Research yielded some interesting results, Microsoft and SAP are ramping up their cloud partnership, and more top news from this week! If you want to stay up-to-date with the latest tech industry news, follow GreenPages on Twitter.
Tech News Recap
- LinkedIn Hack: Why Breach Is A Wake-Up Call For Users
- The vSphere C# client is dead! Long live the C# client!
- Microsoft and SAP Ramp Up Cloud Computing Partnership
- AT&T Targets 30% Network Virtualization by End of 2016
- Hackers' website breached by hacker
- Ukrainian hacker busted after making $30 million stealing press releases
- Enterprises ready for longer-term commitments with cloud providers
- Five ways Microsoft has improved SharePoint security
- EU's data privacy regulations put the pressure on IT
- Four Tech Nightmares Keeping IT Leaders Up at Night
- Five Cybersecurity Threats Businesses Should Watch Out for in 2016
- 12 Ways AI Will Disrupt Your C-Suite
- Windows Malware Tries to Avoid 400 Security Products
- Holy hell, the Android-Chrome OS merger is actually happening!
- TeslaCrypt victims can now decrypt their files for free
- Acura Testing New Self-Driving Vehicle For 2020 Release
- The average age for a child getting their first smartphone is now 10.3 years
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By Ben Stephenson, Emerging Media Specialist